The construction of the new wastewater treatment plant in Limón City, Limón Province, advances by 88%, according to the government. -Casa Presidencial photo-




























Published on Thursday, August 26, 2021
By the A.M. Costa Rica staff

The construction of the new wastewater treatment plant in Limón City, Limón Province, advances by 88%, according to the government.

The project, valued at about $3,670,000, is covered by the budget of the Housing Bank, a public institution in charge of financing urban planning projects.

Despite the recent heavy rains and the overflowing of rivers that affected the Atlantic Zone, the final work on the pipeline and the installation of the wells are almost finished.

To carry out the construction, the government hired Consorcio Estrumet IACO. The company will also be in charge of providing maintenance support to the plant for 18 months post- completion.

The plant is located in the Limón 2000 community, which is inhabited mostly by families living in extreme poverty. The growth of the population required the construction of that wastewater treatment plant.



Another important infrastructure project developed in that province is the new train station in Moín Canton.

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